In this video, I make the case that you shouldn’t buy every firearm you possibly can.
Monthly Archives: August 2011
It’s been two years since I first started electroless nickel plating firearms, and I figured it was time for a two-year followup. The original post is located here. Although I posted that in October of 2009, I started using the kit in July of that year.
I am very pleased with the results. If you are familiar with the process, you may find the first few minutes of the video boring. If you aren’t, it’s a general description of the electroless nickel plating kit, which might be as good of a decision for you as it was for me.
As you can see here, Caswell was also impressed with my results.
Spike’s Tactical sent two Dynacomps for me to review, so I installed them on a few AR-15s that looked as if they needed a spiffy new part – my 16″ Spikes lightweight carbine and my 20″ A5-type rifle. Here are my initial impressions after a few weeks with the devices.
The Dynacomps are priced at $89.95 and feature a Melonite finish.